Ace Attorney: Dual Destinies won’t be getting a physical release in the end for the West

Capcom listened to all your “OBJECTIONS!” when it came to a digital-only version of the upcoming Ace Attorney title for the Nintendo 3DS. While fan response was high for a physical copy of Dual Destinies for the 3DS, timing and price played a big hand in the decision. During a fan … Continue reading

Capcom Essentials Bundle includes 5 Games for the $59.99


Capcom-Unity just announced the upcoming Capcom Essentials releasing on October 8th for both the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. The bundle comes with 5 games (4 Physical copies and one download code) Capcom thinks fans should play or own if they already don’t. The 5 games included in the Essentials … Continue reading

New challengers appear with the Hello Kitty x Street Fighter line up San Diego Comic-Con


Sanrio’s Hello Kitty has never been shy of crossovers or tons of cute collectibles. At last year’s Comic-Con, the Toynami booth showcased three new Capcom-themed Hello Kitty plushies: A Chun-Li x Hello Kitty, Ryu x Hello Kitty and Bison x Hello Kitty plushies, which instantly became a talk of the … Continue reading

Brawl in the Family celebrates 500 comics with some Mega love

Video game webcomic Brawl in the Family is celebrating their 500th strip today after weeks of preparation, doing so with a short animation about the rise, fall, and recent rise again of everyone’s favorite Blue Bomber. The video, titled Prodigal Robot, chronicles Mega Man’s rise in popularity from the early … Continue reading

Composer Olivier Derivière talks Capcom’s Remember Me OST (Interview)

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Capcom’s Remember Me is already out, and if you’ve played it, you may have noticed the unique soundtrack attached to the game. You can thank composer Olivier Derivière for the unique blend of techno and orchestral sounds. We had the chance to interview the composer about his contribution to the … Continue reading

Capcom’s Remember Me will show you the power of recording memories

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In the Capcom’s Remember Me, a new technology will be able to exploit memories. Memories can now be recorded digitally, thanks to the Sensen device, and they can be sold, bought, and traded. No longer will your memories be private. By why keep such a thing private when you can share … Continue reading

Ace Attorney 5 Japanese Release to comes in Four Different Flavors

Capcom has finally let slip Gyakuten Saiban 5‘s release date for July 25th. In addition, Capcom’s own e-shop will be offering the game in four (that’s right) different editions. Beyond the standard release of just the game itself, there are the extended edition (comes with a NDS carry case with the … Continue reading

Archie Comics presents: Sonic & Mega Man – When Worlds Collide Trailer


Since San Diego Comic-Con 2012, Archie has been hyping up this comic book crossover featuring the Blue Bomber Mega Man and the fastest thing alive Sonic Hedgehog in When Worlds Collide. As a fan of both series, I’m pretty excited for this 12-issue comic series. Dr. Eggman and Dr. Wily … Continue reading

Project X Zone coming June 25th to the West


Namco Bandai Games has given us a release date for the 3DS crossover RPG, Project X Zone. The game will be headed here on June 25th and will feature characters from Namco Bandai, Capcom and Sega series. The game will use the original Japanese voice track with English subtitles, since it contains a large list of … Continue reading

It’s time to fight with Capcom’s new Remember Me trailer

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Check out the latest trailer for Capcom’s Remember Me titled “It’s Time to Fight”. The trailer features the main protagonist, Nilin, as she fights against enemies and Memorize, a corporation that stores memories from the inhabitants of Neo-Paris. Luckily, Nilin won’t be alone as the Errorists group is also in … Continue reading

Capcom brought the loot: Dungeons & Dragons arcade games get HD-ified

Just when you thought you had enough old-school excitement for the day via the DuckTales Remastered announcement, Capcom pulls another hunk of loot out of the dungeon. Dungeons and Dragons: Tower of Doom and Dungeons and Dragons: Shadow over Mystara are both getting the HD treatment. Sure they’re a pair … Continue reading

Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate patch to remove NA/EU region-lock


As a response from public feedback about the fact that Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate is going to have region-locked online, Capcom announced that there will be a patch released shortly after the game’s launch that will allow cross-region play between NA and EU, allowing the two countries to get hip-checked … Continue reading

Resident Evil: Revelations horrifies Xbox 360, Wii U, PS3, PC on May 21st

Capcom released two Resident Evil titles on consoles in 2012, but arguably the one on 3DS is the one that fans of the series were really content with. Sticking with the horror formula of the past games, Resident Evil: Revelations brought Capcom’s “A” game, with visuals no one realized the … Continue reading

Project X Zone getting multiple Western releases

It’s a great day to be a fan of RPGs, crossovers, and style. Namco Bandai announced that Project x Zone is going to be released in North America, Europe, and Australia in summer 2013. A huge crossover Strategy-Turn Based RPG hybrid, the game features over 50 characters from major franchises … Continue reading

Report: Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate doesn’t do split screen or Wii U tablet + Pro Controller

With Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate being able to do cross-platform play between 3DS and Wii U, there are bound to be questions that pop up. The official Capcom PR statement about the game says that players can play alone, online with up to for players on the Wii U, locally … Continue reading